Takings: What Does Matter? A Response to Professor Peñalver

Gordley, James R.
May 2004
Ecology Law Quarterly;2004, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p291
Academic Journal
Examines the modern takings doctrine in the U.S. Significance of the Thomistic-Aristotelian natural law theory to the takings provision of the Fifth Amendment; History of the Thomistic-Aristotelian natural law theory; Distribution of resources by the government under the Aristotelian tradition.


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